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PM inaugurates first Business Express

Prime Minister Syed Yousaf Raza Gillani inaugurated the country’s first private sector run train, ‘Pak Business Express’, which left Lahore Railways Station for Karachi at 03:30 pm on Friday. The first Pak

Express 24/7 shuts down

Express 24/7, Pakistan’s only 24-hour English news channel, decided to shut down on Monday night after three years of transmission, according to media reports. Express 24/7 CEO Sultan Lakhani, citing revenue drop

Engine collides with Rohi Express

A train engine collided with Rohi Express due to brake failure near Rahim Yar Khan on Tuesday. According to a private news channel, at least 25 trains were stopped at different stations

Westminster School kids express love for Holy Prophet

ISLAMABAD – Students of Westminster School and College Islamabad have highlighted the symbolic life of Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) and spread his message of peace, love and harmony at the school’s Annual Seerat Conference here at Islamabad Club Auditorium.
The theme of the conference was the life of Holy Prophet (PBUH) as the perfect example for all humanity. The stage was adorned beautifully with flowers and cascades of silk. Young boys attired in crisp

India shares Samjutha Express blast case investigation report

ISLAMABAD – In secretary talks between Pakistan and Indian, India provided information on the on-going Samjhautha Express blast case investigation. It was also agreed that after filing of report in the court, updated information will be shared with the concerned Pakistan authorities.
According to Foreign Office, Indian and Pakistan in secretary level talks shared the concern of the growing menace of Narcotics/Drugs and agreed that cooperation between NCB of India and ANF of

Guard, Pony Express win on opening day

LAHORE – The Spring Polo Cup 2011 rolled into action here on Tuesday with wins for Guard Group and Pony Express on the opening day at the Lahore Polo Club ground. Hamza Mawaz Khan starred for Guard Group with five goals, and was supported by Taimur Ali Malik and Zain Khan Khakwani, who shared one goal each as Guard Group beat Newage Cables 7-4. Newage Cables scored through Adnan Jalil Azam, Shah Shamyl Alam and Shaukat Ali Malik, with Shamyl getting two goals.
In the other match,

Walk on 20th to express solidarity with quake survivors

KARACHI – A walk would be organised in the metropolis to express solidarity with the quake- and tsunami-hit people of Japan, said a press release issued on Friday. The walk would be held under the auspices of the Pakistan-Japan Cultural Association Sindh and the Pakistan Japan Business Forum. The walk would commence near the Salt n Pepper Village restaurant in DHA.

Daska will express solidarity with Kashmiris

DASKA – The Kashmir Day will be observed today (Saturday) in Daska, Sambrial, Pasrur and Sialkot with fervour to express solidarity with the people of Indian-held Kashmir and pay tribute to the Kashmiris who sacrificed their lives for liberation.
The day is an annual event being observed to support the indigenous freedom struggle of the people of the occupied Kashmir against the Indian illegal occupation and atrocities against the innocent people.
A large number of people,

Bryan twins derail Indian Express

MELBOURNE – American twins Bob and Mike Bryan derailed the Grand Slam comeback of reunited Indian stars Mahesh Bhupathi and Leander Paes to win the Australian Open final on Saturday. The veteran Indians, seeded third and making their Grand Slam return after splitting in 2002, were hoping to add the Australian Open to their three previous major titles and take a step towards a career Grand Slam.
But the “Indian Express” was derailed by the Bryans, who claimed their 10th Grand Slam

Indo-Pak express in third round

LAHORE – The Indo-Pak duo of Pakistan’s Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi and India’s Rohan Bopanna had a nerve-wrecking match in the second round of the Australian Open. The French pair of Arnaud Clement and Jeremy Chardy gave them a tough time before losing in a three setter.
Everything looked like a walk in the park for the Indo-Pak pair in the first set, which they won 6-3 when they broke Clement’s serve at 4-3 up and easily served out the set. For the most part of the second set, Aisam